Ascribe Novel Solutions: promote, advertise and market your quality self-published novel at ascribeme.comCatriona Troth was born in Scotland and grew up in Canada before coming back to the UK. She has now lived in the Chilterns longer than she has ever lived in anywhere, a fact that still comes as a surprise.

After more than twenty years spent writing technical reports at work and fiction on the commuter train, Catriona made the shift into freelance writing. She now writes a regular column for Words with Jam literary magazine, researches and writes articles for Quakers in the World.


Her writing explores themes of identity and childhood memory. 

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Ascribe Novel Solutions: promote, advertise and market your quality self-published novel at ascribeme.comGhost Town

4.8 stars on Amazon

4.9 stars on Goodreads

Category: Literary

"Ghost Town transported me back to a time (late 70's early 80's) when I was young and like a lot of my contemporaries found my life shaped by bigger events around us... Catriona captures these young hearts, full of hope and love and fight"

Sudha Bhuchar, artistic director of Tamasha Theatre Company, actor and author of Child of The Divide and the stage adaptation of A fine Balance

"A magnificent and moving book. A must-read for understanding the multicultural life in England in the 1980s"

Amanda Hodgkinson, author of 22 Britannia Road and Spilt Milk

1981. Coventry, city of Two Tone and Ska, is riven with battles between skinheads and young Asians. Photographer Baz-'too Paki to be white, too gora to be desi'-is capturing the conflict on film. Unemployed graduate Maia-serial champion of liberal causes-is pregnant with a mixed-race child. Neither can afford to let the racists win.

They must take a stand. A stand that will cost lives.

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Ascribe Novel Solutions: promote, advertise and market your quality self-published novel at ascribeme.comGift of The Raven

4.9 stars on Amazon

4.7 stars on Goodreads

Categories: Literary / Coming of Age

"Heart rending and heart warming - a moving debut by a writer who effortlessly captures the reader's emotions"

Lorraine Mace / Frances di Plino, author of The Writer's ABC Checklist and the Paolo Storey crime fiction novels

"I was enchanted by this novella about a boy searching for his roots and identity. The descriptions of landscapes are beautiful and the writing is lyrical and powerful. Reading this, I was reminded of Louise Erdrich's writing style and ability to create character and history within landscapes. An absolute pleasure to read. Moving and tender."

Amanda Hodgkinson, author of 22 Britannia Road and Spilt Milk

 

The people of the Haida Gwaii tell the legend of the raven - the trickster who brings the gift of light into the world. Canada. 1971.Terry always believed his father would return one day and rescue him from his dark and violent childhood. That's what Indian warriors were supposed to do. But he's thirteen now and doesn't believe in anything much. Yet his father is alive. Someone has tracked him down. And Terry is about to come face to face with the truth about his own past and about the real nature of the gift of the raven.

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